Sports Card Sells of the Week: September 11-18

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Contributed by Conner Barnett

Each week on the Sports Card Strategy Show, we talk about the top sports cards to sell now! We break down those selling opportunities further here at so you don't miss your chance to profit.

So if you're asking yourself "which sports cards should I sell now?" - read below to not miss any opportunities!

1. Baker Mayfield

We didn't mention this on the Sports Card Strategy Show, and we haven't sent out a Sell Alert for it, but we want to point out that now is an amazing time to sell Baker Mayfield. He let the Buccaneers to a Week 1 victory at Minnesota, and faces the Bears, Eagles, Saints and Lions over the next four weeks. They could be 1-4 heading into Week 6 against Atlanta, and visit Buffalo in Week 7.

Per the Market Movers charts below, Mayfield is up huge since his Week 1 performance. Crystallize profits now and reinvest into someone less volatile.


2. Calvin Ridley: 2018 Optic Holo #161 Base PSA 10

Coming into the season, there were a lot of questions surrounding Calvin Ridley. From being sidelined in 2021 with a foot injury, to getting hammered with a year-long suspension by the NFL for gambling, Ridley’s career had been anything but smooth as of late. This however opened several different buying windows for the talented receiver, which have since turned into sell opportunities as the hype cycle of the NFL and excitement for Ridley to pair with Trevor Lawrence has drawn attention and resulted in healthy profit spikes. Ridley capped off the pre-season hype with an electric start to the regular season, touting a 100-yard performance and a score, and we believe this makes now the perfect time to get him listed if he’s in your inventory. Ridley’s 2018 Optic Holo in PSA 10 is up 80% the last 60 days, and is currently selling for $180, a 365-day all-time high. Take advantage of his hot start and secure your W.

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